Where to watch Milan – Inter: Live broadcast, TV channel, lineups, odds for the Champions League semi-final

Milan - Inter: Live broadcast, TV channel
Milan - Inter: Live broadcast, TV channel

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AC Milan continue their search for an eighth Champions League title as they face rivals Inter Milan in the semi-final.

The Rossoneri have not won the competition since 2007, when they beat Liverpool in a replay of the 2005 final in Istanbul. Only holders Real Madrid have won the tournament more often (14) than Milan.

Inter have won the Champions League more recently than their counterparts, with Jose Mourinho leading the team to victory in 2010. The club also won back-to-back European Cups in 1964 and 1965.

The Sporting News provides all the information you need about how and where to watch the semifinal first leg.

Milan v Inter start time

This Champions League match between Milan and Inter will be played at San Siro and will kick off at 21:00 local time in Italy.

Here’s how that time translates in time zones across the world:

Milan v Inter date, time

 DateKickoff time
USAWed, May 1015:00 ET
CanadaWed, May 1015:00 ET
UKWed, May 1020:00 BST
AustraliaThu, May 1105:00 AEST
IndiaThu, May 1100:30 IST
Hong KongThu, May 1103:00 HKT
MalaysiaThu, May 1103:00 MYT
SingaporeThu, May 1103:00 SGT
New ZealandThu, May 1107:00 NZST

Milan vs Inter live stream, TV channel

The match will be streamed or televised by the following outlets around the world:

 TV channelStreaming
AustraliaStan Sport
Hong KongbeIN Sports 3beIN Sports Connect
IndiaSONY TEN 4JioTV, Sony LIV
MalaysiabeIN Sports 3beIN Sports Connect, sooka
New ZealandSpark Sport
SingaporebeIN Sports 3beIN Sports Connect, StarHubTV+
UKBT Sport 1BT Sport site/app
USACBS, Univision, TUDNFubo, Paramount+,
ViX+, TUDN site/app

UK: The match will be broadcast on BT Sport 1 and streamed on BT Sport platforms.

USA: This match will be televised on CBS (English) and on Univision and TUDN (Spanish), with each broadcast streamed on Fubo. Paramount+ will also carry the English-language stream for subscribers, as will ViX+ in Spanish.

Canada: Every Champions League game .

Australia: Every UEFA Champions League match streams ad-free on Stan Sport, live and on demand.

Milan vs Inter lineups

Although Stefano Pioli has come under a bit of pressure this season as Milan sit fifth in the Serie A table, it will be a shock if he moved away from his usual 4-2-3-1 formation.

SImone Inzaghi and his Inter squad are very familiar with their 3-5-2 shape and have the depth to rotate and rest when they need to.

Below are the predicted starting lineups for both teams ahead of their Champions League match at San Siro.

Milan predicted starting 11

(4-2-3-1, right to left): Maignan(GK) — Calabria, Kjaer, Tomori, Hernandez — Krunic, Tonali — Diaz, Bennacer, Saelemaekers — Giroud

  • Injured: Pobega, Leao (doubt)
  • Suspended: None

Tommaso Pobega will miss the first leg for Milan due to a rib injury. Rafael Leao is a doubt after he was substituted after just 10 minutes in their win over Lazio due to an elongation of his right abductor. He missed Milan’s pre-match training session on Tuesday.

Inter predicted starting 11

(3-5-2): Onana(GK) — Darmian, Acerbi, Bastoni — Dumfries, Barella, Brozovic, Mkhitaryan, Dimarco — Martinez, Lukaku

  • Injured: Dalbert, Skriniar, Gosens, D’Ambrosio
  • Suspended: None

Dalbert and Milan Skriniar are both sidelined for Inter with a knee and back injury respectively. Neither player is expected to return for the second leg.

Danilo D’Ambrosio could also miss out with thigh problem while Robin Gosens is struggling with a shoulder injury. Romelu Lukaku is competing with Edin Dzeko for a place up front.

Milan vs Inter odds

Unlike most other Champions League ties, the ‘home’ factor will not be as important in this match as San Siro is the home venue for both teams. 

Many are predicting a low-scoring affair as they both teams are likely to sit deep and look to counter-attacking opportunities, rather than control possession and out-pass their opponents.

Where to watch Milan – Inter: Live broadcast, TV channel, lineups, odds for the Champions League semi-final

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